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watching the orioles and yankees thanks to a travel day. that's going to change tonight. we will get you ready for the game. city is host -- the city is hosting a pep rally and charley is live with more details at city hall with more details of what's in store. i am so used to seeing you at the yard i forgot where you were. but you are ready to party. >> reporter: they kicked me out of camden yards and said get out of here. the o's are on the road and sent me to city hall. remember what it was like in high school on fridays with the pep rallies before the football or basketball games? that's the same spirit they are going for today at city hall. around 10 crn 30, they will -- 10:30 they will strike up the bapped and get everyone -- band and get everyone ready for the game tonight. those fans to can't travel up to new york will be able to show their enthusiasm this morning outside city hall. they are looking for the voice, that undeniable spirit that produced 120 dessibility inside -- decibels inside camden yard they want to bring that here getting ready for the game tonight in new york.
, there are a number of words you can use to describe last night's game between the o's and yankees. but one thing is true -- manager buck showalter and the team have their work cut out for them tonight. >> jamie and christian are in new york with a look back and a look ahead. >> reporter: a not so good morning maryland. rolling out on the wrong side of bed after watching this game last night. let's show you the highlights. the orioles had a great art. miguel gonzalez was on the hill and he was just dominating the yankee bats. then we have a home run from another rookie ryan o'flaherty and another home run by another rookie. you thought three rooks were about to beat the kings. then in the bottom of the 9th joe girardi from the yankees makes the move. he tells a-rod to sit down. we're sending up a pinch hitter. raul ibanez who homers to tie the ball game up in the 9th inning. one pitch, gone. then in the bottom of the 12th with brian matusz on, raul ibanez, one pitch. gone. game over. yankees win 3-2. they now take a 2-1 lead on the orioles. let's bring in christian schaffer. unbelievable. may be
:33. the o's magic keeps on rolling. baltimore took care of business. 3-2 win in game two against the yankees and now time to head to new york. charley is live at camden yards. the o's fans turn out in full force again. >> reporter: you know, no amount of rain or delay that lasted 30 minutes last night or a game one loss to new york even the cold weather that still is is hanging around today, nothing was going to keep the fans from coming out in full force and having the presence known here at camden yards. and whether or not they wanted to admit it prior to game 2, fans knew last night if baltimore wanted to continue in the alds last night was a must win game. 48,000 fans filled the yard as chen took on the wentingest post season pitcher in andy pettitte and you have the most acrobatic play when he tried to score from first base. as he comes around third he is dead to right. but quick thinking in the acrobatic move around weeders and yankees up 1-0 and remained thatway until the third when baltimore got to pettitte. courtesy of chris davis with a 2-run single to right. he has been hot for th
motion out of the crowd gathered for the first playoff game since 1997. power surge from the yankees in the 9th that took the electricity out of the yard. charlie, the o's don't have time to dwell in the loss. >> reporter: like you said, it's been 15 years since playoff baseball was played here in charm city. 2.5 hour delay didn't matter one bit. atmosphere was electric. we have a fan with us now, who has hung around overnight and flew in from south florida. you are a long time o's fan. >> yes, sir. grew up going to memorial stadium when i was a child. >> reporter: you were in tampa, came back for tonight. >> yes, sir. felt great. felt great to be in the playoffs after 15 years. >> reporter: from an o's fan who watched the o's pla in memorial, coming to camden yards and the feeling of the fans waiving the orange towels. >> i got one of these orange towels to wave around and the fans leaving, when the game was dying, when the yankees started leading, kids were sitting there in t-shirts and shorts, sticking around the watch the game. sticking around. how do you not stay? how do you no
. this is a game that the yankees did not want to be playing here in the bronx tomorrow night. >> take me to the clubhouse. they are jubilant ready to go. they were talking about losing. they said they have been resilient. this what they had to say after the game. >> all the teams it is fitting with the games thatway won all year. and and at this point in the season. >> we had chances, seems like we had chances all night and we were not coming through, i don't know t is nice to come through. >> and you know. >> i don't think we sensed we were done. and it was pretty dramatic. and a huge performance. >> momentum is as good as the next day's starting pitcher. and jason hamle, they will take him on here in the bronx. >> there is no way. >> game time at 5:07. it will be an early start. we'll see you later. , throwing down the gauntlet. they do not lose game 5. it will be an early first pitch set for after 5:00. you may want to get out of work early. this is what we have been waiting 15 years for and the city is excited. and send your pictures to us. we have a slide show. we don't want to you
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